Lorenzo Dominici received the M.Sc. in materials engineering and the Ph.D. in electronic engineering from the SAPIENZA University of Rome, in 2000 and 2005 respectively. In 2000 he was visiting student at the Sheffield Centre for Molecular Materials (UK). From 2006 to 2010 he has been research fellow at the University of Rome â€œTor Vergataâ€, Politecnic of Turin and at the CHOSE (Centre for Hybrid and Organic Solar Energy) of Rome. His research interests involved linear and nonlinear optics of inorganic and organic materials, junctions properties and modellization of bioelectromagnetic interaction mechanisms. Currently he is devoted to the experimental and numerical study of the electromagnetic localization and enhancement due to surface plasmon polaritons and Bloch surface waves for sensors and solar cells. He has published over 20 papers in refereed journals.